Category: Classic Rock

Iron On - Superchunk - Heres Where The Strings Come In (Cassette)

02.10.2012 / / Classic Rock

8 Replies to “ Iron On - Superchunk - Heres Where The Strings Come In (Cassette) ”

  1. Cast Iron/The First Part (XX Merge) "Cast Iron" is from the album No Pocky for Kitty Here's Where the Strings Come In (Remastered) Superchunk Majesty Shredding (Album Trailer) From: Majesty Shredding. Here's Where the Strings Come In (Remastered) Superchunk.
  2. Remastered reissue for Record Store Day Remastered at Chicago Mastering Company from the original 1/2” reels. The heavy-duty vinyl jackets were reprinted by Stoughton Printing Co., the same plant that produced them for the original release.
  3. Superchunk Lyrics "Iron On" When I woke up this morning, it was raining Yeah, it was pouring again Iron this on when you get home Iron this on when you get home Submit Corrections. AZLyrics. S. Superchunk Lyrics. album: "Here's Where The Strings Come In" () Hyper Enough. Silverleaf And Snowy Tears. Yeah, It's Beautiful Here Too. Iron.
  4. Here's Where the Strings Come In Lyrics: Well I have a fading impression / Of the last hurtful expression on your face / And I don't remember the time, but I remember the scene / Everything got.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Here's Where The Strings Come In on Discogs/5(9).
  6. Here's Where the Strings Come In is the first of a good string of albums from 90's power poppers Superchunk that is filled with hooks and sing along choruses. I had a tough time rating this because like all Superchunk albums I've listened to, I can't shake the feeling that I'd be better served cherry picking my five favorite tracks to listen to rather than the entire album when I come back to.
  7. Track List Hyper Enough Silverleaf and Snowy Tears Yeah, It's Beautiful Here Too Iron on Sunshine State Detroit Has a Skyline - Eastern Terminal - Animated Airplanes Over Germany - Green Flowers, Blue Fish - Here's Where the Strings Come in - Certain Stars - Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum.
  8. Here's Where the Strings Come In is the fifth studio album by American indie rock band Superchunk. It was recorded at Fort Apache Studios from May 25 to June 4, The album was released by Merge Records on September 19, "Green Flowers, Blue Fish" was originally recorded for the film Johnny fortpropapinmimarkingfesembrarara.coinfo: Indie rock.

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